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RSPB Isley Marsh

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We are lucky to live nearby.

Recently did this with some friends who were visiting, glorious evening walk at the end of a very... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
AlanfromYelland
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Yelland, United Kingdom
Quiet spot and easy to park nearby

Despite its proximity to the busy Tarka Trail this is a relatively quiet area and there are plenty... read more

Reviewed 25 April 2016
Alex G
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Barnstaple
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2 weeks ago
“We are lucky to live nearby.”
25 Apr 2016
“Quiet spot and easy to park nearby”
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Made up of saltmarsh and intertidal mudflats on the southern edge of the Taw Torridge estuary and lies within the estuary SSSI. It is an important haven for undisturbed feeding and resting birds, especially the wintering flocks of ducks and waders...more
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
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Lower Yelland, Barnstaple EX31 3EN, England
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Recently did this with some friends who were visiting, glorious evening walk at the end of a very hot day. Great place to walk out to, next to the River Taw with views along river and across to the Braunton area.. The reserve is off...More

Thank AlanfromYelland
Reviewed 25 April 2016

Despite its proximity to the busy Tarka Trail this is a relatively quiet area and there are plenty of estuary birds to view. I have only been here a few times, but it was reasonably easy to find a secluded spot to set up and...More

Thank Alex G
Reviewed 16 March 2016

Had no idea there was an RSPB site here. We were delighted to see a good variety of birds including lots of curlews. We had no binoculars with us, would suggest you take them with you! We were just walking by on the Tarka Trail...More

Thank KrispyPlymouth
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